@s3curityConsult: Thanks. :) I was under the impression the officially released Windows Insider builds were supposed to have symbols indexed on the symbol server. If you do ".symfix" and then ".reload" does it find them?
@Luke:Not enough information there to determine anything. If you share the .dmp on a OneDrive we could take a look. If I'm not mistaken, though, that looks like Office 2007, which hasn't gotten any non-security fixes in several years now, so the real answer might be to update to a newer version of Office.
"Use in a virtualized environment. This license allows you to install only one instance of the software for use on one device, whether that device is physical or virtual. If you want to use the software on more than one virtual device, you must obtain a separate license for each instance."
@vinnyand3: ICMP does run on top of IP, but it doesn't use TCP or UDP, so there isn't a port or socket associated with it, since these are TCP/UDP concepts.
I think technically ICMP isn't considered a transport layer protocol, because, unlike TCP/UDP you can't really use it to transport any data. But it is similar to those so far as it runs directly over IP.